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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
Glad it worked - not sure if I actually provided a solution however. So I would be unwilling to post that as an answer :).
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
What is the output of a netstat -tunlp?
Dec
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
Can you try and yum remove mod_ssl httpd and then a yum install mod_ssl httpd? Then start the services again and instead configuring the /etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf file?
Dec
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
At this point I would try tearing down your httpd setup and building it from scratch. There are a lot of possible issues here so you might have your best bet to build back from the ground up.
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
Why not take a look in the files your self. If there is something amiss post the relevant lines. See if there is a failed to start in those logs.
Dec
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
OK - not sure why that is. But in any case, log files are stored in the /var/log/httpd/ directory. You should review the files to see if there is anything amiss there. You can also try following along here: server-world.info/en/note?os=CentOS_7&p=httpd&f=7 if you want a guide.
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
Hmm, so from this point I would look at the following. The output of error_log, access_log and the output of sestatus. Those should give you at least a semblance of what is happening with apache.
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
Try a yum install mod_ssl? Then restart httpd and then try. Ensure that the files are in the correct locations. Also what is your output of sestatus?
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comment CentOS 7 won't serve static https content, why not?
Have you installed mod_ssl? Also, what is the output of systemctl status httpd?
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revised Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet
Fixed an error in iptables rule
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answered Allow wifi connections only to a local service, don't route to the wired ethernet
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comment What does `kill -0` do?
I would also add this could be used for multi-proc scripts to see if a process is still live.
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answered Remote desktop over SSH reverse tunnel to replace TeamViewer
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comment Remote desktop over SSH reverse tunnel to replace TeamViewer
Sure - not a problem. Glad it worked out!
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comment Remote desktop over SSH reverse tunnel to replace TeamViewer
Hey - just to give you a heads up, VNC is generally slow. I have tried a lot to adjust settings but sometimes even on a direct connection it is pretty slow. I would try freenx.berlios.de if you want something a little faster.
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comment Remote desktop over SSH reverse tunnel to replace TeamViewer
Can you try doing the second step without doing the nc? That is - do the VNC with just the -L and -R. I believe the issue is that your netcat session is connecting back to an already open. So when doing the VNC stuff don't use netcat.